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Old 14th November 2006, 15:36
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Default ---------> WHAT's FOR suexec checkbox

What's the utility of the suexec check box ? what change are made and how can i make it work ? Thanks for answering
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What's the utility of the suexec check box ?
What do you guess It is for enabling SuEXEC.

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what change are made and how can i make it work ? Thanks for answering
The changes to enable SuEXEC for CGI scripts in the Vhosts. E.g. it is specified under which user and group the scripts where run. Have a look at the apache documentation to get more infos about suexec.
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